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Layout changes when I add an image (CMS)

Thread began 8/27/2010 11:02 am by elevy388997 | Last modified 9/27/2010 6:14 pm by elevy388997 | 2553 views | 16 replies

elevy388997Beta Tester

That worked in a sense... whatwedo.php . When I made the layout there was a header area for everything from bottom of the red area on up. So then I made one table with 2 columns to separate it into the left logo area and the right menu/image area. So then I placed the logo in the left side, and added a 2 row 1 column table on the right side for the menu (top row) and the image (bottom row). But the areas are big enough for everything to fit without disrupting the layout.

Here is my dreamweaver layout:

The image I place in the white box is smaller than the white there is no way it is pushing the tables around. But somehow it is. It has to be the way I set it up.

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